Rhythm and Vines 29-31 December 2023

29-31 Dec

Rhythm and Vines is New Zealand’s premier 3 day music and camping festival, at the beautiful Waiohika Estate, on the East Coast of New Zealand.

The R and V site is a working farmland and vineyard. The site team have increased accessibility and improved the infrastructure so that all festival goers can experience the best of Rhythm and Vines, however, if you have accessibility requirements, do check ahead first before booking.


Costs vary according to the package. Only buy tickets from moshtix.co.nz or rhythmandvines.co.nz/tickets

For more info visit:

Rhythm and Vines 29-31 December 2023


75 Waimata Valley Road
Gisborne 4071





Rhythm and Vines is strictly R18. Anyone under this age will be denied entry. Accessibility platforms at both the Vines and Rhythm stages. If you have accessibility requirements and are wishing to attend Rhythm and Vines, we ask that you fill out this form on the website.


Accessibility parks are available on application


Ticketed Bus service for 3 day and single day ticketholders and a free bus service for R and V Onsite Campers (still to be confirmed for 2022). R and V strongly encourages you to purchase your ticket online to save time waiting in lines when you arrive at the festival.

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